Real Betis have emerged as suitors for Inter Milan owned striker Marin Satrino this summer, along with Valencia.

This according to Spanish outlet Relevo, via FCInterNews. The outlet report that Betis want a loan deal with a purchase option for the Uruguayan, whilst Inter would prefer to sell him outright.

At the moment, Satriano is out on loan with Brest in Ligue 1.

The 23-year-old has helped the team from Brittany in their surprise push for Champions League football with solid form in the league.

Satriano has scored four goals and made four assists in Ligue 1 this season across thirty appearances. He has made 33 appearances and scored five goals in all competitions.

This is in fact the second spell that Satriano has had at Brest.

The Uruguayan had also spent the second half of the 2021-22 campaign on loan with the Ligue 1 team.

That had followed a first half of the season in which Satriano had made only sporadic cameo appearances for Inter.

Meanwhile, last season Satriano was at Empoli on loan. He scored two goals and assisted another one for the Tuscans in Serie A.

Now, the question will be where Satriano plays his football next season.

Certainly, there would be no chance for the 23-year-old to play a part in the Inter first team.

The question, therefore, looks to be whether the Nerazzurri will send Satriano out on another loan – or look to sell the Uruguayan striker permanently.

Real Betis Want Inter Milan Striker Martin Satriano – Valencia Also Keen

Valencia have been tracking Satriano. Los Che are keen to bring the 23-year-old to La Liga.

However, they are not the only Spanish club who are targeting the Inter striker.

Relevo report that Real Betis are also hoping to sign Satriano.

The Andalusian club are aiming to bring the Uruguayan international in on an initial loan deal containing an option to sign him permanently.

However, the Spanish outlet anticipate, Inter prefer to sell Satriano on a permanent basis this summer.

Meanwhile, the likes of Stuttgart and Genoa have also been linked with Satriano.